These areas of learning are very evident in the classroom setting as the rooms are designed to further promote the learning of the children through play with a mixture of adult led and child initiated activities.
These areas of learning are taught through topics and a yearly planner.
Further information can be found here.
Miss Stokes (RS)
Mrs Moon (FS/KS1 Leader and Deputy Head) and Mrs Bradbury (R1MB)
Mrs Brown, Mrs Worthington and Mrs Sumner (R1MB)
Mrs Parkinson and Miss De Pol (RS)
Children develop more rapidly during the first five years of their lives than at any other time. That's why they are called the Foundation Years – the building blocks for life! During these Foundation Years, children's health, maternal mental health, parenting style, learning activities and early education are all influencing factors that can make a big difference to your child's future.
4Children has published a non-statutory document with the aim of giving parents an overview of the EYFS Framework 2012. It will illustrate how parents can support their child during the foundation years.
Please note, these are likely to change according to the interests of the children. We look forward to sharing our learning adventures with you.
Each half term your class teacher will inform you of the planned areas of learning across the whole curriculum. Below is a link to the curriculum map for your information.
Take a look at what we will be learning this half term.
We are looking forward to getting to know our new Reception children and parents. Please find information below.
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